YMMV / Death Bed: The Bed That Eats

  • Narm: One scene has the Token Black Woman try to escape the room after almost being eaten by the bed by crawling on the floor (since her legs have decayed), but just as she is about to leave the room, the bed throws a bedsheet onto her leg like a fishing hook, and drags her back.
    • The overdubbed soundtrack of her groans of pain are an unintentional laugh riot.
    • Hell, the entire premise of a demonic man-eating bed probably counts.
    • The insane premise isn't helped by the frequent Dull Surprise, which can be seen in these clips.
  • Narm Charm: Sure, the film might be a bit silly, but the way the bizarre plot is played completely seriously gives it an air of unreality that's actually a bit creepy and unnerving. The cast members' complete lack of emotion in some ways makes the whole thing even creepier.
  • Padding: A lot of scenes are really dragged out and slow, like the one described above.
  • What Do You Mean, It Wasn't Made on Drugs?: Possiblity averted; the director, George Berry, claims to have no memory whatsoever of making the film. Though it's a rare case where you suspect that it was not the director but the whole cast that was actively taking some substances (namely, sedatives; see Dull Surprise).